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72nd UN General Assembly: Who is saying what?
Source: Agencies

72nd UN General Assembly: Who is saying what?

The 72nd United Nations General Assembly is in session at UNs headquarters in New York. Leaders of various nations have spoken what matters to them, and many are yet to do so. The United States: Representing United States, President Trumps speech at the UN General Assembly has been creating quite a stir. In his speech, Mr. Trump vowed to totally destroy North Korea if it threatened the Unit...

Australia's first minister for the prevention of family violence, Northcote Labor MP Fiona Richardson, has died after a battle with cancer.

Premier Daniel Andrews paid tribute on Wednesday night to a tireless campaigner who stood up for the safety of women and children; who knew no fear and tolerated no prejudice. She was a person of conviction, of character, of extraordinary composure, Mr Andrews said. Those qualities combined with an intellect and instinct thats among the sharpest Ive known made her someone who can never be re...

Why should immigrants speak perfect English when Australians can't?
Source: SMH.Australia

Why should immigrants speak perfect English when Australians can't?

How does Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull expect migrants to achieve functional standards of speech when most Australians cant even pronounce the name of our own country? While it appears that Turnbull has been motivated to attract more Pauline Hanson voters with his new citizenship test requirements, he is attacking the wrong communication deficit. We have a serious communication skills pro...

Year of economic 'boom' but challenges for retaining sustainable and rapid growth
Source: rss,ktm

Year of economic 'boom' but challenges for retaining sustainable and rapid growth

- Mahendra Subedi/ Kathmandu The countrys economy turned astounding in the fiscal year 2016/17, thanks to regular power supply and subsequent expansion of the industrial output, regular monitoring of the development projects, efforts for good governance, favourable climatic condition, sufficient rainfall resulting in the record high paddy production in the countrys history, among others. The p...

NAC to bring two aircraft from China by Saturday
Source: RSS - NP

NAC to bring two aircraft from China by Saturday

The two aircraft the national flag-carrier, Nepal Airlines Corporation, received in loan assistance from China are to be brought here by coming Saturday. The Chinese side has already expressed commitments in writing with the NAC regarding the supply of spare parts and other technical issues, according to NAC General Manager Sugat Ratna Kansakar. The 56-seater MA 60 and the 18-seater Y 12 aircra...

Tarai's poor communities hunt rat for food

We are wont to think that we can count the number of people who do not get irritated by rat meNACe, but a community in Tarai seems to get on with it or rather relish it. The marginalized and poverty-stricken communities here have been preying on rats for long. They head out into the paddy fields and hunt down the rats in their burrows. The Santhal ethnic communitys Paltaram Murmu, Gopilal Mur...

Rain and sorrow accentuate memorial for dead at Brazil club

On a rainy Saturday that only accentuated the grief, 20,000 people filled a tiny stadium under umbrellas and plastic ponchos to say goodbye to members of the Chapecoense soccer club who died in a plane crash. The accident Monday in the Colombian Andes claimed most of the teams players and staff as it headed to the finals of one of Latin Americas most important club tournaments. Seventy-one of t...

Emma Morano, last person alive born in 1800s, turns 117

An alert and chatty Italian woman, Emma Morano, on Tuesday celebrates her 117th birthday as the last known person alive who was born in the 19th century. Born November 29, 1899, she is the worlds oldest living person and the secret to her longevity appears to lie in eschewing usual medical wisdom. I eat two eggs a day, and thats it. And cookies. But I do not eat much because I have no teeth,...

China state media warns Trump against isolationism, calls for status quo

Chinese state media has warned the U.S. president-elect against isolationism and interventionism, calling instead for the United States to actively work with China to maintain the international status quo. President-elect Donald Trump threatened to tear up trade deals and pursue a more unilateral foreign policy under his America First principle during a tempestuous election campaign. But Chi...

India withdraws 500, 1000 rupee notes in graft fight

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday announced that 500 and 1,000 rupee banknotes would be withdrawn from circulation at midnight, saying it was part of a crackdown on rampant corruption and counterfeit currency. The surprise step appears designed to bring billions of dollars worth of cash in uNACcounted wealth into the mainstream economy, as well as hit the finances of Islamist mili...

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